Georgia Republican & State Intelligencer.
Six Dollars a Tear, Half in Advance.
Volumel. Ko. 26.
E. Fill Is,
Hy£9 received on Consignment ly the Ship
20 Buies Woollens, moJHy Coarse,
t which will bejold exceeding low, by the Bale,
at his Auction Store Commerce row, for Cash or
good upland Colton.
November -27, jj r
To MERCHANT ,9.
A person in the Mercantile line, fettled at
a small village in the countiy, where business
krr.ay be done to great advantage, is desirous
of a Partnfr who can advance Four thou
ifan'lDoiJars in Cash or Dry Goods, well laid
n to that amount, or would have no objection
to being concerned with a large importing
wholesale house which would supply full
assortments at cost ai:d charges.—in case of
a partner who would reside on the spot, he
can be accommodated wim the family, who
are po lie fled of necessary conveniences.—For
further particulars on this fubjeft, enquire of
the printer, and address a few lines as they
November 2, 1802.
WHEREAS a cotnmiflion of Bankrupt
cy is awarded, and ilfued forth against
W Will lain Thompson of Savannah, merchant,
“and he being declared-a bankrupt, is hereby
required tofurrender himfelf to the commis
sioners in the laid’ CommiJfion,named ; or the
major part of them, on the r/th and 24th
days of November, in It. and on the 15th of
December next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon
of each day, at the Coffee house in the city c t
Savannah, and make a full difeovery and dis
clofnre of his ellate and effc&s, when and
where the creditors are to come prepared to
prove their debts; at the second fitting to
choose assignees. And at the dad fitting the
laid bankrupt is required to ftnifh his exami
nation, and rhe-creditors are to assent to, or
oi diflenr fro n theallowance of his certificate
Allperfons indebted to said bankrupt, or that
have any of his effects, are not -to pay or deli
ver the fame, but to give notice to
W. B. BULLOCH, Solicitor,
i THE SUBSCRIBER,
f Gjfers his Jcrvices is his friends and the
v public , in the
Factorage, Venckrc, and
As he means to confine himfelf JlriSlly to the above i
Jnfiinefs, be falters himfelf he /ball be able to give
atisfaction to tboje w*o may employ him.
JOSEPH ARNOLD,* Commerce Row.
i Mails of the United States,
On the following Pcfi-roads:
Will be received at the Genera! Rolf-Or lice at iVafh
ington, until the i&'.h day of January inclulive.
IN SOUTH-CARO LIN A,
80. From Fayetteville, N, C, hy Lttmberton,
Barehelds, Portsferry. Lycnhville and Will-town to
George-Town, once a week—leave Fayet eville e
■ 4ery Fnurfdav at 2 P. M. arrive at Lynchville on
Saturday by S P M ; leave Lynchville on Sunday 4
A M. and arrive at George-Towrn by 6 P M : leave
‘George-Town every Mongday at A M. arrive at
Lynchville by S P M ; leave Lynchville on Tuesday
at 4 A M. arrive at Fayetteville the next Thursday
by 10 A M.
81. From Richmond c h. N, C, by Parker's ferry
Ghatham, Cneraw c h, Bentonville, Darlington c h,
Pau’.eyfville, Jeffries and the Clayhoufe jo Lynch
vdle, orue a week ; leave Lynchville every Tuesday
at 4 A M, arrive at Richmond c h on I hurlday
by 11 A. M. leave Richmond cb, every Thurf
dav at I PM, arrive at Lynchville on Saturday by
82. From Ch*rlote, N C, Beggar’s ferry 5c Hill’s
iron works to York c h, S C, once a week ; leave
Chariots ch, every Sunday at 6 A M, arrive at
Vcnc c h, bv6 P M ; leave York ch, cvcrySaturday
4t 6 A M, arrive at Charlotte by 6 PM.
From Camden by Statesburg, Jamesville, ]
f Nelion’s ferry, and Monk’s Corner to Caarleiton,3
times a week,May i,to Nov. i, leave Camden every
jbnday Tuelday, 5c Thursday at 2 A M, 5c arrive at
Charleston in 32 hours on Monday, Wednelday anti
Friday at i A M.—Returning : leave CharlcfLr,
every Monday, Wedncfday and Friday at 2 P M.
andarrive at Camden in 33 hours, on Tuefday,Thurf
day andSaturdayat II P M.
84. From Columbia by Winsboro*, Chester, ch
Yoik ch, PinkneyvilL*, Uni c h, Sparanburg,
Greenville c h, Retdy 51 elver, Pickenfville,
Laurent c b, Beifaft and 2^ewbury c h to Columbia’
once a week ; leave Columbia every Monday at 5
f\ M, arrive at York on Tuesday by 7 P M ; leave
Yoix c h, at half past 7PM. and arrive at Greent
vi!!e c h, on Thursday by 8 P M j leave Green
ville c n, on Friday at 4AM, 5c arrive at Colum
bia on. Sunday by 6P M.
85 !• romFdgefieid c h. by A. Richard Ton's,Cam
bridge, Southampton, Abbeville c hand Rocky Ri
vevio d!eioo rH. once a week leave Edgefield
c fji gpfi ‘*>• A \i * *,t Pfiidle
ton cn, next Saturday oy 4 F M j leave C -u
C h, every SjUUflfc; V at 9 P. M, arrive at
c h next VVednefuay by 9 A M.
86. From George- J own to CharkfLn once a
week j leave George- lowr. eVery Monday at 9 A
M, airive a; Chailertonoti “i ueiCay by neon j leave
Cdarlefton every Saurday noon, arrive at George-
Town on Sunday by 8 P M.
87. From Statelburg by Surnpterfvilte, Salem and
fCmltree to Will-Town urne a week : leave Will-
Town every ‘Tuefday a 6 A M arrive at S atesburg
on Wednefiiay at 6 PM; leve Strasburg every Fuel
day at 6 A M, and arrive fct Will-Town on Fri
day at 7 P. M.
88. From Auguftaby theupper Three Runs and;
Black S/ amp to Goofawhatchte,once a week j leave
Coofavvhatchie every iuuday at 6 A M,arrive at Au
gulb on Tuesday by 6PM ; leave Augufia every.
Tuesday at 8 A M, arrive ac Coofawnatehie on
Saturday by 6 PM.
IN GEORGIA, .
F9. From Auguftaby Little River, Linrotft c h,’
Peteriburg, Floerion, Franklin c h, and Gilberts to
Clarksboro’, otoce a week ; leave Auguda every
Monday at 8 AM, arrive at Clarksboro’ on Fhuri
duy by 10 A M, leave Ciaiksboro’ every Thursday at
2 P M, a rive at Auguita next M v *nday at 4 A M
-90. P rom Augulta by Columbia c n,.\vaihmg
ton, Greensboro’, Richardfonville, Sparta, George
i own and Warrenton to Lou.fv.lle, once a week:
leave Augulta every Monday at 2 P M, arrive at
Loufvilleon Fhurday 5 P J\d j Returning: leave
Loufville every Friday at 6 A M, arrive at Augui
at next Monday by 10 A M.
91. P rom Louilvilie by Saunderfvibe to Fort W n*
kinfon, once a week: leave Lcuifvilie every Friday
at 4 AM, arrive at Fort Wdkmtbn by 6 V M :
Returning : leave Fort W.-Ucinlon every Saturday ai
8 A. M. aenve at Louilvilie by 8 PM.
1. The Post-Matter General may expedite the
maih&alter the limes of arrival departure during the
of the comradts, he previously ftioulas
oht an adequi e compenlation, tor any’extra expence
itnat may beoccalioned thereby.
2. Fifteen minutes lhall be allowed for opening
and doling the mail at all offices where no time it
3. For every thirty minu'es delay (unavoidable
accidents exceoed) in arriving aPcr the time pre
cribed many contraSl,the contract or fliali forfeit one
doliar ; and if the delay continue until the departure
of any depending mail, whereby the marls delfineo,
for luch depending mail lole a trip, an aduitionai tor
feiture of h\e dollars lhall be in'urred.
4. Newspapers as well as letters are to be lent in
he mail : and if any perLn, making proposals, desires
to carrv news-papers otner than those conveyed in
the mail, for his own emolument, he muff Ifate in
his proposals, for what sum he will ezrry it with that
emolument and far what sum without that-emolu
5. Should any person, making propofils, ftefire
an alteration of the times of arrival and depar ure a
bove (pecified, h e muff state in his proposals, the al
terations delired, and the difference they will make
in the terms of his contract.
6. Persons making proposals are desired to state
their prices by the year. Those who contract wjll
receive r heir pay quarterly in die months of Februa
ry, May, August and November, one month after
ihe expualien of each quarter.
7. No other than a free wnite person ftiall be em -
ployed to convey the mail.
8. Where the proposer intends to convey the mail
in the body of a stage carriage, he is dehred to state it
in his prcpofils.
9. The PoiFMafter-Genera! reserves to him Eh
the right of declaring any contrail at an end when
ever three failures happen which amount to the Lfs
of a trip each.
The contracts for the above routes hre to be in o
peration on the firft day ot April next —and are ’o
continue in force for one year from that time*
Post Master General,
General Poft-Office, Washington City,
Nov. 5, 1802.
For sale ,
A few barrels of choice Jersey Apples, Pgo
tatoes and Cider , on board the brier IVa(hin
ton, at M‘Cready’s wharf. Enquire of the
Master on board. Also, a few barrels
Apples and Potatoes of the fame quality, in
Broughton-ftreet, at J. Williams’s Carriage
fliop, oppoflte Dotfbor N. W. Jones’s.
Savannah, 14th December, 1802.
F O K HIRE, ~
AGANGOF LA BO UR E R S.
, Enquire at this office.
December 8, 1802. (22tf)
SAVANNAH, Printed by* LYON fc? MORSE,
DECEMBER, afc, 180s.
Mercantile Us Mathematical Academy,
MR. COAT imprelfed with the moft lively gra
titodrf, h;r the liberal patronage which he has
uniformly experienced since the commencement of
lis Academy : announces that he has employed an
\fliftant : and that children fix years old, will be
received in the School.
Parents ard guardians may rely on the moft feru
pulous attention being paid to their morals and
N. B. He has likewise opened a Night School,
at his own house from 7 to 9 ; where those who can
not attend to a dutty education, wnl have the advan
tage of being in ft fitted in Englifti gramaiicall v,
Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geometrv,
Navigation, Globes, GV.
Sailors id be taught Solar and Lunar obferva
tiun?, the names of the principal hxt Stars, particularly
toofe of the Zodiacal conftellxtions,proper to measure
he Aloon’s distance from.
Savannah, December 8, 1802. tf.)
Twenty Dollars Reward.
RUNAWAY from the fubferiber, living
in Washington county, a NEGRO
MAN, named Messer, about 27 or 28 years
old, about 5 feet 11 inches high, knock-kneed
a bushy head and a fear on his throat, had on.
whefi he went away, a pair blue broad cloth
overalls, a negro-cloth jacket, and had with
mm a white broad cloth coat. A reward of
twenty dollars wib be given if confined lo
that I get him,
December 8, 1802.
\ . FOR SALE
Jufi landed out of the Ship Comet , from Balti
4 bales low priced Cloths, assorted.
4 do. Half Thicks. do.
3 do, Napt Cottons, do*
1 do. Ktrfeys, do,
1 do. Tlannels, do.
Ido f Baize and Frizes, do,
1 clo. Fine Ticklenburgs,
6 cases low priced Hats, assorted
1 caie Lancashire Sheetings, do.
1 and Erie Shirting Linen, do.
i do. Lifien Check. do. *
1 do. Japanned Ware, do.
1 do. Biown Holland, do,
4 trunks Calico’s, do.
1 do. Romals, Shawls, &c. do.
1 do. Mullins and Laces, do,
1 do. Dimities, do,
1 do. Worded Hose, do.
1 do. Cotton do. • 1
These Goods have been imported this fall from
the heft flapping hoifies , and will be found *on ex
amination to be well laid in. They will be dispos
ed of at a liberal advance , by the pack gs only ,
for Case, Produce , or Notes with approved en
At Mejfrs. Johrfon, Robertson & Co's. IVarc-
December 1 \awtf
BLTLEN fa HARDEN^
Have in ft received and for sale at their
Or, harden CT pones'* (formerly C lam svVharf,
‘2O calks frelh Malaga Railins,
20 boxes do. Malkacel dot
20 jars do Grapes,
6 barrels Mess Beef,
6 half bbis, ditto, pickled for family use,
4 ditto ditto Pork,
40 barrels New-England Rum,
2000 lb. Cheese,
4000 lb. best Swedes Iron-,
800 lb. German Steel,
200 pieces India Calicoes,
200 ditto ditto Stripees,
30 ditto ditto Checks,
co ditto ditto check’d Handk'fs.
150 ditto Mock Madras ditto,
13 dozen Italian fnk ditto,
30 pieces fuperfine India Humliums,
100 ditto assorted ditto,
~2co dozen assorted Combs,
33 lb. colored sewing Silk,
14 dozen packs Playing Cards,
100 coarse Hats,
9 dozen Seamen’s Frocks,
Window Blinds, and
An afifortment of Groceries.
December 7. 2 2
W A N T E D,
AT this Office, one or two Apprentice 5
o lea rn the art of printing.
Twelve and a Half Cents Singly
CITY SHERIFF'S SALE.
‘A'S3LS /"JFL be fold by public autftion
VV at the Court-house in this ci •
ty, on Monday, the 3d day of January
next, one half of the schooner .Fricndihip, just from
sea : together with her furniture, tackle, apparel,bpxr
Stc. Also, a quantity of Dye-Wood, to fatisfy fuulr v
executions obtained against Edwin Lewis in! the Mau
yor*s court. THO’s. ROBINSON, C. S,
FOR NEW 7 -PORT,
The Sloop Sally,
INTENDED as a cenfhnt tra,
er dur^n S r hc winter from tb.K
ajrtSft* .port to the southern ports ot tlv
ftate—flie has good accommodations tot
freight or passengers. The smallest favor wilt
be thankfully received. For further particulars
enquire of Mr. Samuel How t ard, or o
Isaac N. Meserve, master, on Board.
October 23, 1802.
THOSE who-have not made their Tax *
Return for the preferrt year are requefteT
to do it as rhe Receiver will dole his Digrf:
W. Gardner , Receiver oj Chatham ’
December 1. (cf)
ELEGANT FURNITURE FOR SAL .
JUST landed from o.j boajd the ship Comet, C*
Stevenson, from J>aitimore, a quantity of ex
Os the Ffhions, consisting of Secrtarys & Boob-
Cases, Side Boards, Circular and straight front B
reaus, ‘Fall'Desks, Circular and faih comer Card \ .
hies, Ova! Pembroke do. Northumberland dining and *
circular and flraight Bafon Hands, Candle stands, Sr.
A few fancy Chairs.
The citizens ofSavannah are particularly r r quefted
\dew the above furniture, as it is of a Ulterior qu d> y
and will be fold low for caih or produce. Any pc'-
son wishing to purchase beafteads, or any art.ck m
the above line, can be supplied in a few weeks by
atjohnfonoc R.obertfon,'sico , s. old Compting-hou
~N O T I C^E.
ALL persons to whom the estate
Francis Levett, efquirc, late of JuJUT
ton, is indebted, are requested to furnifti th up
accounts, or statement of rheir demands, du
attested, and those indebted to the estate, . re?
expelled to make immmediare payment, to
James Johnston jun.
A liberal rent will be given for about 2000
acres prime cotron land, on or about bapcio -
Apply as above.
A CITIZEN, who is well acquaint:!
with business, would accept of a fupe
cargoes birth to the Weft-Indies 5 or word
attend to a few letc of merchants, or trad*
mens books; the collection of debts, or wot •;
write a few hours in the day in a public oftT .
He is well acquainted with the town, b -
ing a native thereof:—For further particuk v
enquire at the Office of the Georgiaßepub’
can, or address a line to A. G. which wdl o.?
duly attended to.
November 20,1802. (tA
Wanted for the enluing Year,
AN aftive indttftrous man , as an over f e ■*
to live in the Island of Offabaw ; he nmf
e el acouamtcd wHh the cultivation of coir
and the management of negroes ; and produce juf~
ficient vouchers for his honefiy,Jobrieiy and A;,
litie's : Apply in Savannah to Mejfrs. fPilhti v r
Jon & Morel or on said Island to P. H. Mr g
Nov. nd x 802. 2 aw ts.
ORPHaNTTuUSE. “ 7
AN Overseer is wanted for the plantar'. - ;
one who can read and write, and 1
well recommmded for nis knowledge of F;: ■*
Planting, his honesty, sobriety and after.;: ; ,
will meet with proper encouragement, bv .: -
plying to either of the fublcribcrs, a com -
of the Trustees. -
.December 3d, i302.